Davide Barreca
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Davide Barreca
Barreca
Davide
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Education

Born in 1972, Davide Barreca got his MsC degree in Chemistry (110/110 cum laude) in 1996 and his PhD at Padova University in 2000.

Research

In 2001 he became a CNR Researcher. He is a Senior Researcher since 2002, and has the Habilitation to Full Professorship - SSD 03/B1 and SSD 03/B2 since 2013. Since 1999 he has been contract professor for PhD/Material School courses and for various Chemistry and PhD courses in Padova University. He actually teaches General and Inorganic Chemistry for the Environmental Science and Technology Bachelor Degree – Padova University.
The Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) group in Padova has been established in 1995 by D. Barreca and has progressively extended his activity to a broad range of multi-functional metal-oxide nanosystems, from thin films to ordered nano-arrays with controlled morphologies, for specific advanced applications in sensing, energetics and photocatalysis. The research activity of D. Barreca on multi-functional nanosystems is documented by more than 280 papers, various patents and more than 20 invited talks/seminars. For the significant results achieved during his career, he received various awards, such as the Vincenzo Caglioti–Accademia dei Lincei Prize (2008), the Prize for Strategic Relevance/Excellence Results – CNR Researchers (2009) and the SAPIO Junior Prize (2010). He was/is local responsible of national and EU (FP7-ITN and NMP) projects and of industrial contractships. He is/was tutor of MsC/PhD theses and responsible for PhD/Post-Doc formation. He is member of the International EUROCVD Board, European Editor of Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Letters, Associate Editor of Surface Science Spectra and member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Nanosciences: Current Research, Advanced Chemistry Letters and Current Alternative Energy.
He was member of Scientific/Organizing Congress Committees, such as EUROCVD17 (Austria, 2009), ICACC (USA, 2013), CIMTEC (Italy, 2014), and E-MRS symposia (Strasbourg, 2013 and Warsaw, 2016). He is evaluator for the Chemical Sciences Panel - Institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences and for the National Agency for the Evaluation of the Research Quality (ANVUR), and referee for national/international research projects, book proposals and more than 100 international journals.

Education

Born in 1972, Davide Barreca got his MsC degree in Chemistry (110/110 cum laude) in 1996 and his PhD at Padova University in 2000.

Research

In 2001 he became a CNR Researcher. He is a Senior Researcher since 2002, and has the Habilitation to Full Professorship - SSD 03/B1 and SSD 03/B2 since 2013. Since 1999 he has been contract professor for PhD/Material School courses and for various Chemistry and PhD courses in Padova University. He actually teaches General and Inorganic Chemistry for the Environmental Science and Technology Bachelor Degree – Padova University.
The Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) group in Padova has been established in 1995 by D. Barreca and has progressively extended his activity to a broad range of multi-functional metal-oxide nanosystems, from thin films to ordered nano-arrays with controlled morphologies, for specific advanced applications in sensing, energetics and photocatalysis. The research activity of D. Barreca on multi-functional nanosystems is documented by more than 280 papers, various patents and more than 20 invited talks/seminars. For the significant results achieved during his career, he received various awards, such as the Vincenzo Caglioti–Accademia dei Lincei Prize (2008), the Prize for Strategic Relevance/Excellence Results – CNR Researchers (2009) and the SAPIO Junior Prize (2010). He was/is local responsible of national and EU (FP7-ITN and NMP) projects and of industrial contractships. He is/was tutor of MsC/PhD theses and responsible for PhD/Post-Doc formation. He is member of the International EUROCVD Board, European Editor of Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Letters, Associate Editor of Surface Science Spectra and member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Nanosciences: Current Research, Advanced Chemistry Letters and Current Alternative Energy.
He was member of Scientific/Organizing Congress Committees, such as EUROCVD17 (Austria, 2009), ICACC (USA, 2013), CIMTEC (Italy, 2014), and E-MRS symposia (Strasbourg, 2013 and Warsaw, 2016). He is evaluator for the Chemical Sciences Panel - Institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences and for the National Agency for the Evaluation of the Research Quality (ANVUR), and referee for national/international research projects, book proposals and more than 100 international journals.